St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Regional School became a charter member of the National Junior Honor Society in 1994. The nomination process begins in the last trimester of 6th grade. Nominations for 7th and 8th graders take place in the beginning of December after the first trimester report cards.
Quality points for seventh grade invitation will come from the addition of sixth grade 3rd trimester and seventh grade 1st trimester quality points. Quality points for eighth grade invitation will come from seventh grade 3rd trimester and eighth grade 1st trimester.
Students being considered for nomination to the NJHS must demonstrate outstanding performance in five areas: scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.
SCHOLARSHIP: Students must demonstrate academic excellence as displayed through the quality points system. Students must earn 21 points for 6th, 7th and 8th Grade.
LEADERSHIP: Students must have held appointed positions in school or community activities in which they were responsible for directing or motivating others (ex. babysitting, counselor-in-training, Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts).
SERVICE: Students must show evidence of service to school, community, parish, or volunteer organizations (ex. altar server, soup kitchen helper, parish fair, CYO helper).
CITIZENSHIP: Students must demonstrate responsibility through active participation in scouting, school clubs, or community organizations.
CHARACTER: Students must be honest, obedient, and adhere to Christian values (ex. conduct grade of satisfactory or better)
*A student having been issued a detention may not be considered for the NJHS.
*2 demerits attained after acceptance into NJHS will result in probation.
*Any disciplinary action may result in removal from the NJHS.